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Press notes: 26 September

Monday 26 September: webinar 5.30pm to 6.35pm

During this webinar three experts in population genetics and anthropology will explore the evolving science and technology behind the search for our genetic origins. Genealogical testing and its limits will be discussed, together with the potential impact upon health, disease and identity among individuals and populations.

Tuesday 27 September: in person 9.00am to 4.00pm

Cardiology is a rapidly moving field in which advances lead to paradigm change every year. At this event, speakers will discuss novel changes in the understanding, diagnosis and management of coronary disease, heart failure and valvular heart disease. The event will also discuss changes in cardiac prevention and electrophysiology.

Thursday 29 September: in person 9.00am to 5.00pm

New developments in allergy medicine will be discussed at this event, which gathers together experts on the pragmatic implementation of clinical care for common conditions such as food allergy, as well as more unusual conditions. The programme will emphasise specific priorities of adolescents and those living with anxieties.

Thursday 29 September: webinar 12.30pm to 1.30pm

In the next episode of the RSM’s COVID-19 Series, Professor Henrietta Bowden-Jones and Professor Paul Harrison will discuss and answer questions about the neurological and psychiatric outcomes of COVID-19 and examine the level of risk in different human profiles and SARS-CoV-2 variants.

Notes to editors

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